The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 7, 1949
Page 13
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THURSDAY, 'APRT1, 7, liMJI BLYTHKVTIXE (ARK.) COUIUEK NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN Michigan Voting Spurs GOP Hopes Victory in State Seen as Forecast Of Fall 'Harvest' Seeks Police Job ^VASIUNGTON, April r-tn Republicans insisted yesterday th:il votes thai bloomed for their ticket In Michigan's -spring election are the first signs ol a midwest GOP harvest In 1950. But Democrats contend that the sweep which gave the Republicans all of the stale office's not appointed by a Democratic governor ha: nothing to do with the ca:;e Pise where. Senator Tnft of Ohio, head of th- Senate CSOP Policy Committee, toll a reporter the Michigan result confirm what he has thought alonp. "This country has been Republic an alt the time if \ve just get Ihe votes," he declared. Senator Myers of Pemisylvani: the assistant Democratic lea .saiil he sees not him; MKthfu^nl in the fuel that a stale which weul for Gov. Thomas K. Dinvey—al- thmifih it elected Democratic Oov. Ci. Metnu'i] Williams—is putting \ Rpimrjljpsins in other of fires, "1 (tout know, but I suspect thai lornl issues may' have had some- tiling to do with the on I come," Mvers said. •Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the Dtjor leader, road into (tie Mi^iiyrtn iy^(ory what he* called a "terrific reaction" by the people against President Truman's proRram. People "Awaki-m-d" "I think the people have awakened to what the election of last November means in Use way of intrusion into their business and private lives." Wherry saiei. "Once Ihe people are aroused, they make their views known In local as well as national elections." Both major parties have been looking lo the midwest as the batlle- ground in the 1950 Congrcssiona elections. Michigan, for Instance, has threi Republican Congressmen who were elected by less than 55 per cent o the vote In their districts in las November's election. Hoi Senate race.s are In prospect In Illinois. Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin nnd Ohio. Those .same states have 42 Congressional districts in which a change of 5 per cent or less In the vote could have altered ihc last November results when 21 of the seats went to D*rn- ocraU and an equal number to Republicans. Victor A, Johnston, campaign dir- '^"•tor of the national Republican ^enatorlnl campaign, said he is starting a "down lo earth" campaign to win control of the Senate /or the GOP. Johnston, beginning a tour of key state. 5 ;, jmldL "T am not predicting, but hope to picl: up seven additional seats lo give the Republicans control ne.vt year. Democrats now control by 54 to H2 .seats Mailman, Well Armored, Delivers Famous Hope Diamond to New Owner NKW YORK, April 7—W~A mailman delivered the fabulous Hupu diamond lo Its new. owner yesterday. The diamond, parl of a $1.100.000 ewel collet-lion of Ihc lute Evalyn Walsh McClean, arrived In a small brown-papered wrapped packaRe nt the office of Us new owner. Harry hVlnstnn, n Jeweler. Hut the jewelry was not carried n a mailman's bag. Instead, the mailman w»s carried in a heavily guarded armored truck. The Hope diamond and its companion piece. the Star of the Kast. are Insured by Lloyds for Sl.600,000. As soon as the jewelry arrived, a colorful show began. Heanliful nioeU'l.s, Clamorously attired, pamri- ed with the jewelry while photographers snapped pictures nnd reporters elhowed press agents. Describing the 74-piece collection ns "the most rcmnrknble one ever sold." Winston said he had paid 'over 51,000.000" for it. He said Ihe trustees of Mrs. M>l ( 1 tin's <-<;<tc had n.sked him not ] to ill^close ihe exact figure. Kviirts. M'.. I Anion" Hie Koms are the 100- where eumpln ami threats have i ara1 po . ir . s i mpc(1 , --star of llie cost to-All 1 T chiefs in ehihl ! Knsr di;imniu | ( oncn owned by the niunUis. Mrs. Bunus plrdRes law , Kllltan o{ ' r , n ^ cy _ nm | a ruby braco- and oriler wilhovit u^ing a gun. ; ] 0 1 n»nia1uiitR the lf> ''-carat Wire])ho'nK I "Star of the South" diamond. The Hope itiumrmd. whlrh nirrlrs \vllh 1C u k'unul of violent dritlh ilntinn buck (roil) ihi- duy.s of MJMIP AtHoUii'tO, was nrquimi by Mrs. McClcnn in 191 1. Sin- omv toporl - cdly refused $J,()i)0,(U)0 for il. Wlnslon .said thiil fm tin 1 pirs- (ni t he plans ID exhibit tin- jewels In U.S. museums. /sraeJ-Syrian Batt/e Reports Checked by UN DAMASCUS. Syrisi. A]>nl 7 i.V Hollywood {'nil(Inurd from Pnxr B HhumlM," Ullllril liy Kuy .111(1 Sp.nli- Cuoli-y. llinx C'rusliv's rc'putMion it* Hol- iyviMoii's drcs-sci' nuvc Evelyn Kululu ihc irteu. She .showed up for a iTconlim: .scxsinn \vtlh liijn weiir- nitt a rj'ii nnd whiii 1 MM]i«l .sva'iU- t-r, u chiYki']nl yellow buiulutWK ui'.il U'il ballcl sliiu's. U.S. United j th;il iM'iit'M lump.s jut'ivi'i S\)i;in fi'ontiei 1 vrsU'Mhiy. HiU'v MIII' u tin- rcpui'i> true, lie will unirr iiLiinedknt tirnvval ol tlie Israeli lorro^ l/;r:u'h-Syi inn IH-UIH- lulk.s i-e,s\iUK'(t l''iiduy. Oioiuhr MiU'X. tulkitiR about H movie dc.l) who mmrird for money: "She went into nunilu^e wtlh h-.-r tiiind : wide open." Ohvhi i!e KiiviILand'.^ ^uod s|»r m:tu.slnp it' lo;;ui« u clasc O^ciu n to .lam* Wyinan i.s the tulk of Hol- j ly A'»vnl, Ohvii\ \\ H.S home-- «hr ex- proVi* i pi'i-i.s n b:ib\ p In Aui'iist when .sis with- | lie.ird the nrw,s. She utriuM to hrr 1 iiK''nt. Hurl Kniuis, and MiUI: 'Kurt. I'm not .sorry lor myself. I'm just sorry ti> all Ihe peonle 1ln Ptcs'tdent oi China Rejects Red Ultimatum NAN1C1NO. April 7. M») — ActhiR U'.sliU'iit \A Tsiiiik'-Ji 1 !) h\sl nlKlil ,'us rciMii tetl to huve reJi'eU't! n 'viiiLiiumisI nUhniitum for the vlr- nil sunender of the NanklnK K<>Ti imient. Souil-offirliil qunrlcrfi i Id. LI siill \v»s umktnR a despei'ule ttempt (o bhVKtilu with (ho nc<!» for boiler terms. 1.1 also wius Milt! to luivc lurned do\vti n protuxsnl thnt lie go to I*dp- iiiK- whore pence Lulkn now me in pro ^i ess. While the ponce tulk.s took n turn lor Hie wo CM*, the Tied rntljo kepi. up H.s uiuu'k.s. An edltorlnl iirofiil- cusl 1'v Ihe still ion tiominuled ( linmrilliLte sm'rc'iuter of tlK' KDMM mt'iit. i'o;moi-lcd with the picture (The Snuki" Pitt. TJiey were .so KMLC we wt're ^din^ to will." See the New FRIGIDAIRE Deluxe "7" with larger super-freezer Read Courier News \Vnnt Ads. Model shown DJ-7 Other Deluxe Models In 9 and 11 ft. size Liberal Terms- Trade-ins Famous Merer-Mlitr mechanism Exclusive Quickub* Trays Aluminum, rust-proof shelves 5-Year Protection Plan Full-width, porcelain Hydrator GEORGE APPLIANCE CO. Luxora, Ark. MAN ALIVE! CHECK THESE TERRIFIC Used Car Values New and Used Pickups Brand New Dodge yi-'ftm Pickups. . .list price. Brand New Ford '/2-Ton Pickups. . .list price. 1018 Chevrolet '/j-Ton Pickups . .?M!)5. 1919 Sludchaker '/i-Ton Pickups. .. $1595. 1 Nearly new ISMS Chevrolet I 1 'k l cliu;i?(cr l-door Sedan, nitt- roon color, all accessories. . .priced lo sell! Nearly new 1 !)•!!> Ford Custom 2-donr, has nil tlic accessories. . .beltci- check this price-tag. 5918 Dodge, less than 2(I,(HHI miles ..Slfi95. 1911 Chevrolet -l-Door Sedan, excellent condition. . .§i()95. 1911 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan, in fine' shape . .$10 15. 1918 Nash Ambassador l-door Sedan, like new, has S.UOO actual miles. . .51895. 19 Id Pontiac "8" Streamliner 'i-dnor, ei|iiipped with all accessories. . ,SIfi95. Also 15 older models at the price you want lo see. FOR A LIFETIME GUARANTEE Your Used Tires Are Worth More When You Buy Mew TIRES > Ynu can be sure when you buy a car a( (be SlicUnn Molor Co. dial it will not be misrepresented. Every car will be exactly in tbc condition we sny it is; every car carries :i posilive ynarantcc. lUiy ni;ire for your money . . . come to Shellon Motor Co.'s Used Car Lot. Shelton Motor Co. Trade for f«moui Firvitont D« Lux* Championi and SAVE! Ev«n if your prtunt tiro <r« only p»rtly worn you'll <j§t FULL ALLOWANCE for rh« unuitd mil»«ij«l Trad* danger for tafaty — gat your car raady for laf* tpring and lumrnar driving! Don't dalay — LET'S TRADE TIRES TODAYI Check These fxfro Values... ^LONGER, SAFER TIRE MIIEAGE , Excluiiv* N«w Nrtiton* Plui-MiUag* Trvod Rubb»r, Flalt*r r Wid«r, Salli-Gnp Tr*ad. ^GREATER PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS Exclusive Sofli-Surerf Gum-Dipped Cord Body. GREATER PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING 3,620 5horp-Edg«d Ang1e» Grip th« Road. LET US EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH LIFE PROTECTOR SAFETY TUBES T/iof Make a B/owouf as Harmless as a Slow leak EASY BUDGET TERMS Sec the MASTER MOWER today at Blytheville Machine Shop Dealer ARKANSAS GROCER CO. Distributor BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 SCOTT AU-KY SIGN & NEON SERVICE • Itclter Si RMS • Hcfter Service 808 Norlh Franklin 32(Kl A new *ole to your worn Roloi If Applied by us in pans donbl* wcnr besides footweur tlmL U really [{ood looking. Correct PIANO TUNING And Expert Repair Work QUBHITY SHO€ SHOP IZI W. M «'l N ST. Guuranrt«d Radio Service AM-FM TiUvlilon Violin Repair Expert* Everything In Mn»i« BROOKS? Music Store 107 E. Main. Tel.,81 1 Hove At All Times For Sale urrral Inicton nnil ciiulpnicnt. hoth new Aiitl used I li:ivc John Drtrc. Fnnnall. Knrd anil nllitt likes 1 now liavr lie" Kord iiclors niHl c<|iii|inirtil rc:ul> tor rllvrrv nt ilr^lrrs nrlcr. I will nite most vnu nve. Terms can he nrruiiKCd. Sec F. C. CROWE I mile lontli ol Hi.ixgailucm. D.P.L. NO. 15; COTTONSEED Delinted, treated and Sacked State Certified 85% Germination 1 Yr. from Station A Ton or Carload Also Good Alfalfa Hay for Sale Magers&Gill Dell. Ark. Phone 2272 215 South Second Your NASH Dealer Phone 4438 FARMERS LOANS On I'iirm 207 W. Main St. •0. 0. HARDAWAY Blytheville Tianors, I rucks & Cars and Farm Ki|iii|)mcnl to responsible pi'ople. Also Real Ksliiic Loans and on Farm Lands UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY I'irsl .V .Miiin — Blilp. "Friendly Service" Our Insurance Kales Arc Low Handle Your Health With Care When Sickness Strikes, See Your Doctor - • And Rcmemb«r Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 Say if .... With Flowers The Flower Shop Glcncne Hotel Rldg. Phone 4491 or 2747

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